Getting job informationedit

GET /jobs/<job_ids>

Use the semicolon separator to specify more than one identifier in the request url.

Example with two job identifiers:

GET /jobs/b67c10d6-3886-4285-a19c-2b908323238a;b67c10d6-3886-4285-a19c-2b908323238b

Example with one job identifier:

GET /jobs/b67c10d6-3886-4285-a19c-2b908323238a

The result of the above get operation is an array with information for each job identifier present in the request url:

  "id": "b67c10d6-3886-4285-a19c-2b908323238a",
  "state": "done",
  "result": null,
  "type": "training"

The job state will have one of the following values:


Job is waiting to be scheduled


Job is running and the result is not yet ready


Job is completed and the result is available


Job failed. The error string will return more information


Job was cancel by the user

The job result will contain the JSON output for the job, or null if the job does not return any value.

A top level GET operation will list all jobs.

GET /jobs